Think for Yourself
- George Harrison – vocal, lead guitar
- John Lennon – harmony vocal, rhythm guitar, electric piano
- Paul McCartney – harmony vocal, double-tracked bass
- Ringo Starr – drums, percussion
George Harrison wrote and sang the lead in Think for Yourself, one of two of his compositions on the Rubber Soul album. Like other songs in this collection, Think for Yourself has some fairly tough lyrics. Harrison later said he did not remember who or what inspired the song, "probably the government." The song is noteworthy for its two bass lines: one for guitar and one played by Paul on the bass, through a "fuzz-box". This was the Beatles' first use of this effect. The song is set in G major, a relatively low key for the Beatles, who normally sang in the range of D or E. This was due to the timbre of George's voice.
November 8, 1965 in one of the Beatles' last recording sessions for Rubber Soul.